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First Good Luck in your business adventure. Concerning your problem, it may be just a math issue, but taking a home recipe to one commercially is not always a math issue. I found it easier to convert a recipe to a larger quantity if it is metric to begin with. The american ones are not as precise, which gives me altered results. Pinch or dash works at home but multiple that by 100, will drive you crazy and cost you if the product is incorrect. If you haven't learned the measures, 3 teaspoons = 1 Tablespoon, 2 Tablespoons= 1 ounce, 128 ounces to a gallon or 256 Tablespoons or 768 teaspoons, then please find a chart to start.

I write my recipes in number of batches and yields columns , 1 batch= 2 cakes, 2 batches=4 cakes, I wish you good fortune as you need batches numbered up to 100 /img/vbsmilies/smilies/rolleyes.gif
 
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